Summers™ Plumbing Heating & Cooling

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  • Granger
  • Hamlet
  • Hanna
  • Kingsford Heights
  • La Crosse
  • La Porte
  • Lakeville
  • Michigan City
  • Mill Creek
  • Mishawaka
  • New Carlisle
  • North Liberty
  • Osceola
  • Rolling Prairie
  • South Bend
  • Union Mills
  • Walkerton
  • Wanatah
  • Westville
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Furnace Maintenance Services in La Porte, IN

As many La Porte area residents know, dealing with winter temperatures can often be frustrating even with a working furnace. When your furnace does go out, the situation can quickly change from just being uncomfortable to being dangerous. In order to prevent the situation from escalating so quickly, it is often a good idea for homeowners to have proper maintenance and cleaning performed on a regular basis.

Our technicians at Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling have offered the La Porte area quality plumbing, heating, and cooling services for well over fifty years. After opening our doors in 1969, we have been able to remain dedicated to providing La Porte residents with reliable solutions for keeping their homes warm.

All of our technicians share the same level of commitment and high-quality levels of craftsmanship and overall customer service.

Experienced Furnace Maintenance Services

Rest assured that when you call Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling, you will be dealing with fully trained, certified, licensed, and insured technicians that will handle all of your furnace needs promptly and efficiently. Your furnace will be in good hands with our staff.

Our technicians are fully trained and experienced in solving any problems that they may encounter with a home’s furnace system. We have ambitious training requirements that help us make sure our staff is fully up-to-date on all the latest technologies at our disposal.

Furnace Check-Ups

The first thing a homeowner should do when thinking about regular maintenance is to set a schedule up for an annual tune-up and inspection. It’s usually best to have your tune-up scheduled around the fall. Since most homeowners do not run their furnaces during the spring and summer months, it is best to have them looked at before turning them back on. This will help detect any problems that could have developed over the several months of time they were not in use. Some types of problems, if left unchecked, could lead to extensive damages to the unit later on.

A technician will start off with a thorough inspection of your home’s entire heating system. They will look at every aspect of the system and determine which areas are in working order and which are experiencing problems. During their tune-up of your furnace, they will replace any worn-out parts, fix any bad electrical connections, tighten loose screws or parts, and lubricate any moving parts to ensure longevity. While doing these minor steps, they will also be keeping an eye out for the bigger problems that heating systems can face.

Once the inspection is completed, the technician will proceed to clean the unit inside and out. They will make sure there’s no excess dirt, debris, dust, or any other types of build-up in the unit or its ventilation.

Some of the things your technician may adjust or check during your furnace’s tune-up:

  • Heating cycle test
  • Air filter cleaning/replacement
  • Thermostat re-calibration
  • Safety checks
  • Duct inspection for leaks or blockages
  • Blower motor inspection for efficiency and power
  • Carbon monoxide and natural gas leak detection

Once the inspection and tune-up are completed, the technician will go over their results with you in detail. They will go over each step they took during their inspection and tune-up and discuss any unresolved issues they may have encountered during their work that could require further action.

Furnace Maintenance and Servicing

If the technician encounters an issue that needs to be repaired, or replaced if the component is damaged beyond repair, they will discuss the issue with you and provide you with options for repairs or replacements. This will also include an estimate of the repair costs. Once the services are agreed upon, the technician will then usually start the repairs right away.

In some cases, though, replacing a unit is the best option. This is typically the case when a unit has passed its life expectancy, usually between 15 and 20 years depending on the furnace model. If a replacement is needed, our experts at Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling will happily help you select the model and get it installed for you in your home.

When a furnace is well maintained, you not only extend its life expectancy but also improve its efficiency. Regular maintenance is one of the best ways to extend the lifespan of any furnace, provided there are no underlining issues like age. Regularly servicing a furnace will also help reduce future repair costs by catching issues when they are minor and having them repaired before they can become larger issues.

Reliable Furnace Services Near Me

If you are in need of a reliable heating technician, Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling has you covered. We are proud to provide furnace maintenance and service to the La Porte area homeowners and community, keeping them warm no matter how cold it gets outside.

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